Comtac AG LPN lighting bridge controls lamps E1310 EU868

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Key features highlights :

  • RF Performance

    • 14 dBm TX-Power
    • -137 dBm RX-Sensitivity
    • Approx. 10 km range


    • DALI
    • USB (for LoRa Setup)

    Power Supply

    • Input voltage 230VAC (+/-10%)
    • Power 2.6W


    • 2 Status LEDs


    • Housing: Polyamide (PA 6)
    • Dimension (L x W x H) 220mm x 30mm x25mm


    • Protection class IP20
    • Operating temperature -5°C to +45°C
    • Storage temperature -40°C to 85°C
    • Rel. humidity 0% to 95% (not condensing)


    • LoRa® Lighting Bridge Software description

    Norm & Safety

    • EN 60950-1

Description :

The LPN Lighting Bridge is able to set light values over the DALI Interface. The data were transmitted to any LoRaWAN network, for example in Switzerland through the public network from Swisscom. The device is universal and can be used for many applications for example Indoor lighting or street lighting. The bullet point is that you can integrate this device in your application directly. Also it’s possible that we provide you an application which fits for your needs.

The compact Size and the makes it very easy to use. Because the device is LoRaWAN class C, the device needs 230VAC supply voltage. As soon as there is a new value over the LoRaWAN network received, the lamp brightness changes to the desired value. Has the connected lamp an error, which the LoRa Lighting Bridge reads out over the DALI Interface, a uplink message with the errorcode will be sent.

The status LED’s shows the device status and flashes if a new message is sent or received. A core feature of the LoRa Lighting Bridge is that the device has a USB connection inside for very easy setup and integration into your LoRaWAN network. Of course, you can use the LoRa Lighting Bridge device with our comtac cloud. We can also provide our cloud solution with your company logo or we install the software on your server.

Specifications :
Seller comtac AG
SKU 99-373
Manufacturer Part number LDB-01
Seller SKU LDB-01
Product Attributes Bridges
RF Region EU868 - Europe 863-870MHz
LoRa Class Class B
Solution Represented Other
RF power (dBm) 14
Battery type Alkaline AA
Output throughput (mW) 20
Antenna Integrated
RF transceiver SX1272
Interfaces Ethernet
Other interfaces DALI
MiniUSB for configuration
Digital Input
Depth (cm) 22
Width (cm) 3
Height (cm) 2.5
Technical datasheet
Lead-time if backordered (in working days) 40
Lead-time if in Stock (in working days) 5
Specific commercial conditions

Default configuration: ABP (OTAA also possible)

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My name is Stepan. I’m an engineer of LoRaWAN networks from Saint-Peretsburg, Russia. I have a few questions about LPN Lightning Bridge. 1. I’m working on a project of smart lightning control, and I need a device, that could get information about light events from DALI interface and send it via LoRaWAN. So, I want to know, if LPN Lightning Bridge manage to do it? 2. In Russia, we must(due to a federal law) use in our LoRaWAN networks a special set of frequencies, which are in EU range, but differs from the standard EU frequency set. So, can I set the frequencies in your device by myself? Thank you for your time. Best regards, Stepan

Answer : Hi Stepan, our LPN Lighting Bridge is a good starting point for custom specific variatons. We do have the same PCB also in Zhaga form faktor if that's interesting for you. 1. General it's possible to readback informations about the DALI Interface. We read only the default Zhaga status like overtemperature and so on. If you have special needs let me know. 2. No in our firmware you can't mask the frequencies by your own. If you are using OTA, we have the three standard frequencies active, the rest of the used frequencies the LoRaWAN networkserver will tell the device automoaticalliy. Does this work for you? Regards Stefan

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